The information from the media was shared by the platoon commander of the Estonian “scouts”, Junior Lieutenant Reynul (translated RIA News):
The specificity of the battle in urban environments is significantly different from the usual battle in open areas. Here every soldier should be able to see the whole battlefield and exchange information. Here in Spain we were provided with ideal learning opportunities.
The Estonian Scout Battalion is part of the NATO Baltic Battalion, which also includes Lithuanian and Latvian servicemen. During the exercise Trident Juncture 2015 involved about 500 Estonian military. In total, more than 36 thousands of military men from 36 states (NATO plus “allies”) take part in the exercises.